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Are We What We Buy? Or Is What We Buy What We Are – A Research Study on Socially Responsible Consumer Buying Behavior of People of Karachi, Pakistan

Noman Ahmed, : Umair Ahmed & Junaid Akhtar Channa
- The benefits of the recent technological advancements and globalization of many corporations has disturbed our society at large. Internationally, the concept of CSR is already deep rooted and manufacturers assure their customers if they are abiding by the standard CSR policies. This study investigates how widely this concept exists in the consumers of our society. It attempts to find out “To what degree does an average consumer of our society takes social factors (such...

Are We What We Buy? Or Is What We Buy What We Are – A Research Study on Socially Responsible Consumer Buying Behavior of People of Karachi, Pakistan

Noman Ahmed, : Umair Ahmed & Junaid Akhtar Channa
- The benefits of the recent technological advancements and globalization of many corporations has disturbed our society at large. Internationally, the concept of CSR is already deep rooted and manufacturers assure their customers if they are abiding by the standard CSR policies. This study investigates how widely this concept exists in the consumers of our society. It attempts to find out “To what degree does an average consumer of our society takes social factors (such...

Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in a Malaysian Public University's Library

Huam Hon Tat & Amran Md Rasli Teo Pei-Ni
As the employees are the most important asset for a successful organization, there is no doubt that increasing their job satisfaction is one of the vital tasks to be deeply taken into considerations by an organization’s management in order to enhance its employees’ commitment. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment of employees in Malaysia. The framework of this study composed of three factors of job...

Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in a Malaysian Public University's Library

Huam Hon Tat & Amran Md Rasli Teo Pei-Ni
As the employees are the most important asset for a successful organization, there is no doubt that increasing their job satisfaction is one of the vital tasks to be deeply taken into considerations by an organization’s management in order to enhance its employees’ commitment. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment of employees in Malaysia. The framework of this study composed of three factors of job...

A Study on the Floods & Its Forecasting Methods

Gangadhara Rao Irlapati
A Flood is an overflow of water that submerges land which is usually dry. Sometimes a river receives too much extra water, either from heavy rain or other natural disasters. When this happens, the water overflows from its normal path in the river bed and onto dry land. There are many types and ways floods can occur, including, due to Overflow Rivers, due to extreme coastal events, by natural or artificial ground saturation. However, floods...

A Study on the Floods & Its Forecasting Methods

Gangadhara Rao Irlapati
A Flood is an overflow of water that submerges land which is usually dry. Sometimes a river receives too much extra water, either from heavy rain or other natural disasters. When this happens, the water overflows from its normal path in the river bed and onto dry land. There are many types and ways floods can occur, including, due to Overflow Rivers, due to extreme coastal events, by natural or artificial ground saturation. However, floods...

Characterization of Egyptian Moringa peregrine seed oil and its bioactivities

H. Abd El Baky & Gamal S. El-Baroty
The seed oil of Egyptian Moringa peregrina (Forssk) was extracted with a mixture of dichloromethane/methanol (1:1, v/v). The oil was examined with respect to physicochemical properties, unsaponifiable (UnSap) and fatty acids profiles, tochopherols and phenolic contents, anticancer and antioxidant activities. Moringa oil (MO) showed a better overall quality, its acid, peroxide, iodine, saponification values were 0.02 mg KOH/g oil, 0.01 meq O2/kg oil, 67 I2 g/100 g oil and 177 mg KOH/g. The Un-Sap of...

Characterization of Egyptian Moringa peregrine seed oil and its bioactivities

H. Abd El Baky & Gamal S. El-Baroty
The seed oil of Egyptian Moringa peregrina (Forssk) was extracted with a mixture of dichloromethane/methanol (1:1, v/v). The oil was examined with respect to physicochemical properties, unsaponifiable (UnSap) and fatty acids profiles, tochopherols and phenolic contents, anticancer and antioxidant activities. Moringa oil (MO) showed a better overall quality, its acid, peroxide, iodine, saponification values were 0.02 mg KOH/g oil, 0.01 meq O2/kg oil, 67 I2 g/100 g oil and 177 mg KOH/g. The Un-Sap of...

Jordan's Accession to WTO: A Socio- Economic Challenges for Women in the Tourism Sector

: Dr. Ahmad Assa
The present study explores the implications of WTO membership for women working in tourism sector in Jordan due to accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2000 in terms of challenges that WTO membership present to women's family status, training opportunities, social security, and standing in social and political spheres, and how will WTO affect women's employment, incomes, and participation in decision-making. Accordingly, how can government decision-makers best address these issues? For the objective...

Jordan's Accession to WTO: A Socio- Economic Challenges for Women in the Tourism Sector

: Dr. Ahmad Assa
The present study explores the implications of WTO membership for women working in tourism sector in Jordan due to accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2000 in terms of challenges that WTO membership present to women's family status, training opportunities, social security, and standing in social and political spheres, and how will WTO affect women's employment, incomes, and participation in decision-making. Accordingly, how can government decision-makers best address these issues? For the objective...

A Study on the Argentina Climate and Natural Disasters Argentina Monsoon Time Scale, Argentina National Geoscope Project Irlapatism-A New Hypothetical Model of Cosmology

Gangadhara Rao Irlapati
The climate of Argentina is a complex subject. Argentina has winter, spring, summer and autumn seasons. Surface and ground water resources are also available in the Argentina. Summer rains are intense and torrential rain is common.Because of its geographical characteristics, the country is exposed to natural disasters such as earth quakes, severe storms, volcanic eruptions, and climatic changes. Argentina is a country exposed to many natural disasters, it lies south of the equator making for...

A Study on the Argentina Climate and Natural Disasters Argentina Monsoon Time Scale, Argentina National Geoscope Project Irlapatism-A New Hypothetical Model of Cosmology

Gangadhara Rao Irlapati
The climate of Argentina is a complex subject. Argentina has winter, spring, summer and autumn seasons. Surface and ground water resources are also available in the Argentina. Summer rains are intense and torrential rain is common.Because of its geographical characteristics, the country is exposed to natural disasters such as earth quakes, severe storms, volcanic eruptions, and climatic changes. Argentina is a country exposed to many natural disasters, it lies south of the equator making for...

Critical Success Factors In Customer Relationship Management Implementation

Kamyar Kavosh, Abu Bakar A.H, Melati A A & A.R Siti Zaleha
The purpose of this study is to find the critical success factors of customer relationship management implementation in automobile industry. Semi-structured interviews were carried out to collect the needed data. The interviews were written or recorded then transcribed and analyzed by implying content analysis method. The results have reflected that all the investigated companies are implementing CRM furthermore some success factors such as training employees, top management support and the desired organizational culture have been...

Critical Success Factors In Customer Relationship Management Implementation

Kamyar Kavosh, Abu Bakar A.H, Melati A A & A.R Siti Zaleha
The purpose of this study is to find the critical success factors of customer relationship management implementation in automobile industry. Semi-structured interviews were carried out to collect the needed data. The interviews were written or recorded then transcribed and analyzed by implying content analysis method. The results have reflected that all the investigated companies are implementing CRM furthermore some success factors such as training employees, top management support and the desired organizational culture have been...

The Effects of Polyethylene Glycol (PEG-600) On the Acute Neurotoxicity of Different Types of Pesticides

Sayed M Rawi, )Mansour A Al-Hazmi & Abeer M Waggas
Pesticides intoxication has been implicated in many toxic diseases, and agricultural adjuvants including polyethylene glycols are used in a variety of applications including industrial manufacturing. The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of PEG-600 on the biochemical toxic effects of malathion, imiprothrin and imidacloprid on the basis of the determined LD50 values on the quails (Coturnix coturnix). In the present study the toxic effect of the tested pesticides was characterized by a...

The Effects of Polyethylene Glycol (PEG-600) On the Acute Neurotoxicity of Different Types of Pesticides

Sayed M Rawi, )Mansour A Al-Hazmi & Abeer M Waggas
Pesticides intoxication has been implicated in many toxic diseases, and agricultural adjuvants including polyethylene glycols are used in a variety of applications including industrial manufacturing. The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of PEG-600 on the biochemical toxic effects of malathion, imiprothrin and imidacloprid on the basis of the determined LD50 values on the quails (Coturnix coturnix). In the present study the toxic effect of the tested pesticides was characterized by a...

Enhancing Rural Development in Nigeria: Periscoping the Impediments and exploring the Imperative actions.

1)Emma Chukwuemeka, 2) Dr. Ugwuany & D.S.C. Amobi
The rural sector of Nigeria has not witnessed significant level of development in the part 52 years of the nation’s independence. This is evidenced in the apparent lack of Basic Infrastructural facilities. This situation is so impute of the various measures or programmes that have been put in place to enhance the development of the rural sector. It is against this that the study is considered necessary and in carrying out the study we had...

Enhancing Rural Development in Nigeria: Periscoping the Impediments and exploring the Imperative actions.

1)Emma Chukwuemeka, 2) Dr. Ugwuany & D.S.C. Amobi
The rural sector of Nigeria has not witnessed significant level of development in the part 52 years of the nation’s independence. This is evidenced in the apparent lack of Basic Infrastructural facilities. This situation is so impute of the various measures or programmes that have been put in place to enhance the development of the rural sector. It is against this that the study is considered necessary and in carrying out the study we had...

Mediation of Work Engagement between Emotional Exhaustion, Cynicism and Turnover Intentions

1)Riaz Ahmed Mang & Dr Amanat Ali Jalban
The research on occupational psychology has described that dimensions of burnout are significant predictor of turnover intentions among employees of services sector. However, the work engagement has negative impact on the turnover intentions. The study intends to investigate whether work engagement play mediating role between emotional exhaustion, cynicism and turnover intentions. The sample for current study was faculty members of higher education institutions in Sindh province of Pakistan. Barron and Kenny (1986) process was applied...

Mediation of Work Engagement between Emotional Exhaustion, Cynicism and Turnover Intentions

1)Riaz Ahmed Mang & Dr Amanat Ali Jalban
The research on occupational psychology has described that dimensions of burnout are significant predictor of turnover intentions among employees of services sector. However, the work engagement has negative impact on the turnover intentions. The study intends to investigate whether work engagement play mediating role between emotional exhaustion, cynicism and turnover intentions. The sample for current study was faculty members of higher education institutions in Sindh province of Pakistan. Barron and Kenny (1986) process was applied...

Familiar settings and culture in the texts make English language learning an easy task: A case of intermediate students

Sumara Hina, Abdur Rehman Tariq, Hafiz Ahmad Bilal, Inam Elahi & Malik Zafar Iqbal
Since the indigenous translated literature was included at the intermediate level, the students feel at home while reading them. While studying the native English writers, most of them are not at ease as foreign culture portrayed in those texts serves as a hindrance in the way of comprehension. Consequently, they may get fed up with the English Language. The purpose of this study is to explore the difference of understanding of the foreign and translated...

Familiar settings and culture in the texts make English language learning an easy task: A case of intermediate students

Sumara Hina, Abdur Rehman Tariq, Hafiz Ahmad Bilal, Inam Elahi & Malik Zafar Iqbal
Since the indigenous translated literature was included at the intermediate level, the students feel at home while reading them. While studying the native English writers, most of them are not at ease as foreign culture portrayed in those texts serves as a hindrance in the way of comprehension. Consequently, they may get fed up with the English Language. The purpose of this study is to explore the difference of understanding of the foreign and translated...

Designing and Managing the Tourists Information Centers in Iran Tourism Industry

W. Teymouri
The Tourists Information Centers (TICs), as one of the major components of information provision and dissemination system, play an important role in fulfilling the information needs of tourists as well as in introducing and promoting the tourism potential and attractions of a tourism destination. The present paper aimed at presenting a practical model for designing and managing of TICs, studying at the same time their existing situation as well as their increasing role in Iran...

Designing and Managing the Tourists Information Centers in Iran Tourism Industry

W. Teymouri
The Tourists Information Centers (TICs), as one of the major components of information provision and dissemination system, play an important role in fulfilling the information needs of tourists as well as in introducing and promoting the tourism potential and attractions of a tourism destination. The present paper aimed at presenting a practical model for designing and managing of TICs, studying at the same time their existing situation as well as their increasing role in Iran...

Strategies Being Applied by Organizations to Retain Critical Staff: A case Study of Powertel Communications (Private) Limited.

)Tendai Chazuza, Edward Negwaiya, )Nyasha Mapira & 2)Felex Tafirei
The rising global demand for professional, specialized and skilled people has resulted in the exodus of employees from many organizations in search of higher rewards. Powertel, a wholly owned subsidiary of ZESA Holdings (Private) Limited has been experiencing high labour turnover in the last decade, so much that in 2009, retention of critical staff became a topical issue in strategic management meetings as Powertel sought ways to reverse the high number of critical employee exits....

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